Something to Talk About

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Pan Macmillan, Dec 3, 2010 - Fiction - 480 pages
5 Reviews

Can men and women ever really be friends?

Lucy and Max have been best friends forever. Lucy, a bored beautician with a sad Jamie Oliver obsession, is determined to find kite-maker, Max a girlfriend. Someone who will meet up to her own high standards.

In the name of 'True Love' and with the help of Jamie's 'The Naked Chef', Lucy decides to hold a 'Meet Max' dinner to find Max the right woman, in the form of her beautiful friend, Jenny. Food, wine and romance go hand in hand after all. But soon easy-going Max is running scared of man-eater, Jenny. He decides he'd much prefer to be out flying his power kites than falling into the dating pit again. However fate works in mysterious ways...

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User Review  - Laura Adshead - Goodreads

A simple and enjoyable book, it's obvious where the storyline is going and of course the two main characters end up together, not surprisingly. Read full review

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User Review  - Chibwe Mushibwe - Goodreads

Great book, couldn't put it down. read it twice now. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Sarah Webb has worked in bookselling for over ten years, and is currently a children's book consultant. She lives in Dalkey, Co Dublin, with her young son, Sam. She reviews children's books for many Irish magazines and newspapers, and is featured regularly on Irish television's The Den.

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